Brenda Johnson, B Johnson Photos’ owner, works as a commercial/editorial photographer, taking photos of restaurant/business spaces, their food and their people. She photographs events on a regular basis for Minneapolis based organizations, including the Walker Art Center and the American Swedish Institute. Brenda’s photos have been featured on the covers of Edible Twin Cities and SAAVY.mn.
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I live for moments. Once I really discovered photography – that was it for me. Being able to document the connection between people makes me indescribably happy. There’s nothing I love more than watching people interact, seeing the love and the raw emotions between them, anticipating moments, and being able to freeze them for people to look back on forever.
My strongest interests are photographing artists for promotion and in performance. I have a strong sensibility for movement and posing, and am skilled at lighting subjects technically for a natural effect. I started my business 15 years ago, starting out shooting portraits, weddings and events and now work with a program called Digital Photography Bridge to Nature. My husband, Pat, and I often work as a team, live in Minneapolis, and are happy to combine travel with photography.
5foot20 design lounge is a full service art studio dedicated to providing custom, creative graphic design, illustration, fine art and photography with high-quality customer service.
Zoe is a Minneapolis based photographer specializing in art documentation, events, weddings, headshots, and journalistic work. Besides freelance and commissioned work, she covers live concerts for the online-based culture blog Reviler, helps creative collaborators Works Progress, has frequently photographed the hip hop mecca that is Doomtree and has interned for Alec Soth and Springboard for the Arts.
I specialize in working with artists at reasonable budget levels. For over 17 years I have been documenting art work and performance, creating portraits and fulfilling commissions for artists, dancers, individuals and magazines. Clients include: The Minneapolis Institue of Arts, The Walker Art Center, Works Progress, the Xcel Arena, The Bodycartography project, and many more.